Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have released a fifth single from Hypnotic Eye, due out July 29th, and it might be the album's best one yet. It's called "Fault Lines," and you can check out Petty's handwritten lyrics to it in the tab above, via his Facebook page.
The song has a unique and infectious sound. It combines the undeniable fun of '50s rockabilly with a smooth bass and a psychedelic sensibility that will remind you of The Beatles' otherworldly "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite." On top of all that, the song has the truly rockin' guitar part we've come to expect from the group.
You can listen to the four other singles released from Hypnotic Eye here at Zumic: "Forgotten Man," “Red River,” “U Get Me High,” and “American Dream Plan B.” Stay tuned to Zumic for continued coverage of the album, out July 29th.
Tom Petty is giving away copies of Hypnotic Eye with every ticket for his upcoming 2014 tour. That includes advance downloads of five tracks from the album. These downloads are also available if you pre-order the album on either iTunes or Petty’s site, or if you are a member of the group’s Highway Companions Club.
For Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ latest music, news, and tour dates, check out their Zumic artist page.